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XL FERMS : One Dollar,, If paid In Advance If jot paid within Six Months, One Dollar and Fifty Cents; If no.t pafd -within Twelve Months, ' TWO DOLLARS, V . 1 PUBLISHED BY O. CLEMENS, ON IHLL'STHEET, NEAR MAIN, A FEW DOORS WEST OF SGLMES' BUILUINCS. : Hi , i, NEW SERIES. HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1853. VOL. X---NO. 40. tjUKIiLA'U-J L - .1 -J - -THURSDAY EYEMNG, JUNE 9, 1853. We underttand thut on Tuesday laat the edi Urt ef the Quincy Whig nd Herald cam in eolUsicn. Tlie latter fired two pistol thott the former defending himteir with choir. It wti aid.that the editor of the Whig was tlightly wounded. Tt compositor perpetrated some lad gram mar Jto the communication in yesterduy' paper figaed by Dr. Morton and Mayor Selmet. 'Delightful fragrant" ihould have read, "delight full frsyranl" si it wti written. We 'are informed of some further par tlculars In relation to the difficulty between thf editor of the Whig and Herald. tfrooks (editor of the Herald) was pas sing l front of the Quincy House, when -Motion, who was sitting in a chair, got up aa4 struck him in the face, knocking off his haVi Brooks then drew a revolver, and fired at Morton, the ball striking the shoulder-blade, and glancing off without doing muck injury. The latter, who was un armed, then threw a chair at his antagonist, when Brooks attempted to fire a second time, but his pistol missed fire. A large crowd gathered around, and a determination was expressed to hang Brooks if lie did not leave in twenty-four hours. The excitement, however, subsided. The cause of the affray commenced with a pub lication by the editor of the Whig, in ref erence to Brooks' management of the Post Office.' The Intter retaliated by publishing Mo'rton as a liar," "scoundrel" and "pup py," 1' I TIM Marriage Questioe, in lis General Assembly. The Chicago Tribune says It is' with much pleasure thut we can record the following result of this subject: Namely, that the report made by Dr. Cox,1, from lno Committee on Bills and Overtures, countenancing the monstious idea that a man may properly contract marriage with his own sister's daughter, was rejected by nearly unanimous vote, and that- the proposition was condemned as contrary to the teachings of the Seriptures, " and' incestuous. In Philadelphia, a few days ago, a wo mart, while under the influence of mental de'.angement, attempted tD take the life of 'her four young children, and to kill her elf.,,' In a communication to the Louisville " Journal, the captain of the steamer Eclipse denies the charge of "racing" made against The young Prinoe of Wales was lately flog ged by a pla mate, young nobleman. The Queen ascertaining that her ion deserved the thrashing, expressed her salisfact'on at the les son he had learned. In St. Louis, last Tuesday a man named John Ryan, was killed, by one of the sides of a sewer in which he was working, cavinir in and crushing him. Pacific Expedition. The expedition under Commander Ringgold, U. S. Navy, for the ex ploration and survey of the China and Japan Seas. North Pacific Uneun, sailed from Norfolk n the 30th ult. for its destination. It is sun- posed that the expedition will proceed with de spatch to the East Indies, via Cane of Good Hope, touching at the Cape de Verde Isles for water, and rendezvous at Batavia, preparatory to a care fill reconnoissance of portions of the lower part of the Chinese Seas. This (says the Union) is an important enterprise one worthy of the gov ernment, and from which valuable results may be anticipated. Expeditions of this kind suit the taste and genius of our people, and form good schools for young officers. The Qii.xese Rebellion. Tho intelligence we receive from China, while it adds but little to the information recently laid before the read ers of this journal, confirms in all respects the apprehensions we ventured to express concern ing tins remarkable rebellion. It does not, in deed, seem to be definitely known that Nankin had fallen, as was lately reported, into the liands of the insurgents; but, if this event has not ac tually occurred, it is in the highest decree pro bable. No doubt exists respecting the progress of the rebel army, and though many particulars of this revolution are unfortunately obscure, we know ror certain that the .insurgents have tra versed the empire from the southwest to the northwest; that they have hitherto repulsed the Royal troops, thut they have either captured, or are on the point of capturing Nankin, that they are menacing Pekin with a similar fate, and thut according to ail computable chances, they will succeed thus far in subverting the Government of China, London Times, May 17. There are more females who have learned to set type, in various parts of the Union, than may be supposed. The editor of the Mountain Ban ner, a North Carolina paper, says, that during his absence, his wife had set the type for four columns of his paper, prtpared copy, read the proofs, onU wrote some some editorials. A help mate, indeed, and she was much better employed than if engaged in making stump speeches at conventions, among "strong minded" women. Cincinnati Commercial. Pretty well for a Slave State, where, accord ing to a theory, which greatly tickles Northern praters, women do not know anything and cannot do anything. St. L. Intel, Goat Away without Paying the Printer!! We have longsi.ice intended to give no noe to tnose oi our delinquent subscribers .morning, win who, appears to us, have left for parts un- misery by V; known, tntenttona'li Jorgclting, to pay what Bonnets. From the Home Journal we take something for the head-ificalion of the ladies : Bonnets without fronts we are used to; but the lusf Parisian novelty is a bonnet without a crojjn! "These .bonnets," says Paris letter, "have three great qualities light as a feather, transparent as gauze, and hanging on the head like a Neapolitan plateau. This bonnet is an as semblage of flowers, riisbons and lace; a point of taffetas, richly embroidered, serves as a support to a deep black lace, embroidered in large dots with straw, which shades the knot of plaited hair which falls on the rape of the neck. We have said 'bonnets without crown;' are we sure they have any front? We can scarcely say; if the narrow black lace which edges it, and play fully falls on the forehead a:id gracefully encir cles the face, it the only front we certainly dure not give this eoiffeure the name of bonnet. On each side, bunches of flowers, as well at the broad strings, complete the harmony. The de signs are embroidered to match the plateau. This bonnet requires particular attention in the dressing of the hair. The summit of the head must be left free, and the hair arranged quite low. These bonnets are destined to create a I sensatisn in the fashionable world; but only the very pretty and the very young dare adopt tl.it novelty." On lust Wednesday, says the Indianapolis Sentinel, an old man, one of the inmates of the county poor hoHse, while engaged in scuffle with Henry Hoagland, an idiotic pauper, was bitten by him on the little finger of the left hand. The wound was but slight, but inflammation commenced and the man beeame delirious, und died on Sunday moring, eidenlly from the poi son communicated to his system by the bite on his linger. 1 his is a most singular case. a or&L mr&DE&xn by her own father. William Robinson and his wife were both in the habit of getting drunk, when they would tight each other like dogs, and then they would be taken up by the police. Several months since they left here, mov ing to Mississippi, near Hernando. Since then they have separated the wife, divi ding some negroes among herchildren, who were to remain with their father. A few weeks since Robinson sold a negro belong ing to his eldest daughter, a girl of seme fourteen or fifteen years of age, to which she objected, and by some means the old mac was arrested and put in jail at Her nando. During the past week he had been liberated from custody, and allowed to re turn to his children. On Wednesday last lie again sold his daughters negro, and the purchaser came to take his property away, when she still refused to give the negro up. In a fit of anger he took his gun and fired at her, lodging the contents in her body, inflicting a moral wound. The girl lived in great bodily pain and suffering until the next when she was relieved from her e baud of death. Memphis FKIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, J833. The New York Timet of Monday tays: 'The muiiv attractions now in nrosrress all tend to lit. J. O. Ikrry has received bit appoint- : beautify saw . I a few yeart Broadway ment as Postmaster, of the City of Hannibal, will be an avenue or palaces, and, unlike any in the place of Mr. A.O. Na.h.-reoioved. " " " ', with our streets all laid with the Rust pave- W. A. Linn, has been appointed Survey or of Customs at St. Louis. The following conundrum won a prize of a silver cup on Tuesday night at La Belle Oceana's bonfit in St. Louis. . ment, he fronts of the houses veneered with marble, and the windows resplenilid with plute glass, the effect will be alike imposing and graeefu:. J Scissors. The New York Day Book under- Wy does La Belle Oceana represent the fr.lernitof the ,,.,. Slal'e, ore ttUout erect- Agriculturist, tho Manufacturer, the Mer- !ing a monument at Skowhegan, in memory of chant, the Artist, and the Politician T Because she cultivates hopi, raises and spins her low (toe,) fMt her figures, and strikes a balance nightly, painli a beautiful face, and can draw good houses, and twist and turns to get a portion of the People's money. A mad dog was killed in St. Louis day before yesterday. The tendency to Hydro phobia in the northern and central parts of Illinois, seems to have run that disease into the invention of tcissoM. It is to be 100 feet in height tame size at the summit as at the base; on one side a base relief figure will be placed, emblematic of eneditor't life, turrounded by a wreath of horse pistols, bowie knives, wash bills, end complimentary theatre tickets. At the feet of the figure will be a representation or scissors conquering talent under difficulties; the whole encircled by allegorical designs upon tailors, printer!, and the public generally. Railroad Acciiknt and Loss or Life is Soitii Carolina. Charleston, May 31. The night express train on the Swuth Caro- The dyers have struck for higher wages; they " sny that at the present rates it it quite impoa se ttle for a man who dyes to live. , The Farmer's Bunk of Onondaga, New Yorlr, is reported failed. Pi'Ckft Boor Lost. Mr. M. Sizer ret- ' lerdey lost a pocket book eontaininz 075, principally In notes on Illinois banks. There was one package containing $500 Illinois money, and one containing 8-175 i 1'iinoH nnq eastern notes. I here was about $100 on various banks loose. St. L.oui8 intelligencer. - . - " A single lump of cold has been found in the Australia diggings weighing 13-1 peuuds pure gold, worth fJS.UUU. , The human voice has been heard across the Straits of Gibraltar, a distance of more than 10 miles. This only happens in pecu liar states of the weather. The sound of a military band has been heard at a dis tance of 70 miles an a clear frosty morning. The following is one of the conundrums pre- lina Railroad got off the track on Monday, seated for the prize at La Belle Oceana's bene- an epidemic 'fifty. five miles from this citv, inconsequence fit: Yesterday a dog took a flying leap to the :0f a bar of flange iron lining maliciously When is a wolf prowling around a theep fold pavement from the third story of Marien- placed on the rails. I '.. SII.II thaldt Block's clothing ktore. His dog- n-. eng,n,eer' 0"a an2uel ,. i , . .1 , . r i iireman, were much; ? . i-. mnrau, me- sh.phadgoneoutonthestr.pof wood sup-l ' . ... . .. .i : r,..: l,:m..lr i . . o j ... puiimg mo BigM, wi.cu, ni.n.i.g u.,.-.c., ... ! despaired of. r our u eiiiht cars were dilemma in reterence to me means oi cei- 'smashed. ting back again, he formed the bold resolu tion of iumpinz down. He alighted with- IsnaoO.Vinteis, nf 'like leader of one of our political parties? uecause it in Uekt-o destroying a JLajsb. out injury and ran off. at full speed. lor. ins t a and glltbe onrden TP ag as m m oj ol P' er cal Thereupon the city uroug Transportation companies who advertise and sell tickets in the Atlantic citiet for San Fran cisco, are legally bound t take passengers lhaotigh, no matter what accident may occur. A hi uci ,u.. l ,.ner recentlv in the Vanderbilt line who ... , 1 . llrtfrt . l 1 . o T t. .1 . .1. 1 neirillics and obtained a juiigmi-i"- ui.'" atiaincn n oii juuii iur uircs nouuu, ue ritv Recorder, from which the defendantuse of the destruction of the connect ior i steam uy iili-i'iu , ti-. on the Pacific side, hut recovered in the New pealed to the Court ol common .. .... um u fw de The offence clmrgeu, oe...B ' " ntion. ..... Lefora the Court were the law oi u.e The defendant by his counsel, Messrs. i 3d & Harrison denying the conslitulior; IIealtht. In the town of Millbury, Conn., with a population of 760, not a death bat occur ed for the last seven months. ' DC7"We are requested tostate, that owing to the severe illness of Mr.Goie, (Rev. Dr. Hopson's assistant in the 'male department of Christian Seminary,) that department of the school has been discontinued. The fe male department will be conducted as heretofore. Palmyra Whig. JCIELNTU'IC. We find the following statement in the National Intelligencer, from its London 23"Rev John L. Waller, of Louisville, Ken- jCorrespondenl : an eminent minister or. me liaptiai ciiurcii, "Mr. i nnn in ui pireo uuiiub m. ui itw ujy,. !,..,, Institution, unoii tha "marrn..;.. i: . - .... t .1: - .. .u- . ' . ' r Faraday, in a late lecture before the. us nmrft (iiiririir me nasi lew oavs. . . .r .l i r-. ..: ' Miuvoi of that provision of the CHJ nar.rr .u. cl, reU a number ot discoHr.es on loe;forces;, mado the fpowing important an- the power "to rcguiuve, r. . - - , . ' uouncement, ... ,,.:.. m w b r.niian scr mureB. ins leciurcs were a'" ot ordent "P.1"" , " ... 11 attended, and he failed not to convince the authority ol tlie County Court as protection, tho same noiho heard llim 8r(J rouch oppofe(i tothe ,cheme.jnnd daily recording the result. If rom year nP(ialW repealed sustaining tbeir pofe j, decidedly a strong man, and gave many ito year the groups of spots vary. They .., .1, J. mt clo(.uence and ingenuity. pwenui argu....n. in .avor ui t...u... " .... r, "A German astronomer has for manr years been watching the spots on the sun. We. are sometimes very numerous, sometimes 1 TvrP,rs Green 8ve not learned what success attended his ef- thev are few. After a while it became evi-v On the other hand, iues.r . ...brt here in ihe way of obtaining "material aid" ,lent n,at the variation in number followed J J t.-a . l f a w ... f ii.pni were kins ntTirmed the contlitulionality of ther en, in every ipstance, where one leaves us, to mourn over labor lost, give him the benefit of our columns, g.ntis, and thereby notly all other Printers that he has swindled us, and without they watch him closely he will swindle them. We have received letters from Postmasters, time after time, notify ing us that our paper is not taken out of the office bv Mr. , "he left this neigh- Lowes us four dollars. If the uis al shall, upon the receipt of this notice, fend us tlie money, we will send him an appologv. Weston Reporter. Fall o Catfish. The Norfolk Argus states that a curious Phenomenon attended the hail storm in that city on Tuesday night. hostile to France and the East, his boat in her recent trial of speed from j t,ey honestly owe us. We will, hereafter, New , Orleans. He carried no height, touched only at the most important land ings, and arranged the woodings so as to cause the least possible delay. jThe Washington Union ef the 6th con tained an article on New Mexico. It took the ground that the seizure of the Mesilla valley by Gov. Trias, was an outrage com .!nt with follv : but that considering the weak condition of Mexico, it would hardly ; bj magnanimous in the United States to make any hostile demonstration. But if tha act is not discountenanced by the Mex ican authorities, then the United States cannot hesitate how to act. -Last Monday a German named Rene rrien Dushmer, who lives in Jefferson coun ty Mo., was run over by a coal wagon and killed. 1 Tha Interior of Bates' Theatre in St. i Louis, U to be torn out and ie-constructed upon an improved plan. ' The Taunton Gazette states that Miss Nancy Sherman, of riymplon, who died oa lb 15th ult., starved herself to death, jibe did this in obedience to a supposed ' tomraand of spirits. She had been a me lium imetime. For three weeks she stu Bouslyabstained from partaking of any food, Jving on water alone, although ot times so tortured by tho pangs of hunger as to sVritha in agony. .Tha last week was passed In fearful al- larnations from cocvulsions to momentary fconsclousness, with constant i elapses, un til death put an end to her sufferings. I.. Wise meu say nothing iu dangerous mes, i V"" 'About iOOO emigrants passed the 'Quar i antine station at St. Louis, during the month f May. ., Nw Luc is t0 make a lml lnP from St. Louis, this evening to go up as far at Alton. A BU omd Honeyman, of respectable fani j in New Jersey, recently married a lady in .!.. Ki.t. klk of resDCctable family. On their v-' ' ' - - tridal trP he lost all his money gambling, and k'p up appearances, stole a buggy and two borses from man in Springfield, Illinois. For ihit he wat arrested in St.' Louis last Sunday, 'hand-cuuV., and taken back to Spriugfield. ' Table-turnlna is now the rage In French pro. Vhi; AB&IVAL Ot THE CANADA- IMRItLT IMPORTANT TOM CCR0PR. Philadelphia, June G, p. m. i The Canada arrived ut Halifax at 1-2 pant 7 this p. si., with dates from Liverpool to 28lh. The news is highly important. ' At the earnest request of the Emperor of China, the American, French and F.nglish ships of wur in the Eastern waters, have undertaken to protect Nankin, Shanghai and the mouth of borhood some lime ago ; don't know where the canal against the rebels he has gone to ; you had better stop it." bvssia. We cmnot, nor will not tolerate it any Tl. r.mn.rnr ,f n,..,;..'. .ltim.h.m i. ofTnr- longer, without some little revenge, at the ed t0 the Porte, and he waits only till the 20th same time believing we are doing an act of tor a final reply. justice to the "scamps" and kindness to the j fiarce. public feo look out all ye that would slip xhe or(iering of te French fleet to the Darda off Without paying your subscriptions, ni-lle. Im. caused irreat excitement in the French .1 i r . i irr i . . re. . . . jusuy aue, lor ine trvsion ivjorier. Ahis funds. It is believed that Napoleon has threat il.p. lx.l.litv r ti., idly advancing, the ministry is declining. The Hannibal Court of Common Pleas was opened yesterday by Hon. John B. Helm, who was elected Judge on the 28th ult. It is said that 250 hhds of tobacco are now daily inspected at Richmond, Va. The first Agricultural State Fair in Illi nois is to be held in Chicago next October. Ex-President Tyler is said to be suffering from dyspepsia and symptoms of consump tion, and will not probably long survive. False Hair. An article in the London Quarterly Review says that the imports of false hair from the continent into England amounts to five tons annually, the black hair coming from Brittanv and the South of France; the light from Germauy. amount r erprise, but have reason to believe the a descending scale throu-T lised to be quite liberal. Paris Mcr. lhfcn nn ascending scale S Engineer's Report. Encin ecu's Orricc, Bloominctor, Mo., Jan. 10, '53. h five vears, and ng scale through nve subse quent years, so that the periodicity of the variations became a visible fact. , "While our German friend was busy with. his groups of sun spots, on Englishman was To th President and Directors of the Hannibal bulsv wUh ,he variations of the magnetic and St. Josrj)h R. R. Company: needle. He, too, was a patient recorder ef ened war if Russia persists in her Eastern demand. notice has been drawn from us bv the re cent departure of a young man from this city, for California, by the name of- THE- UUUHL I'LUUUM, aged about U-l years, , xi,e diplomatic relations are totallv broken oft" uam complexion, we.gns aooui iuu. lie between England and Austria SWITZERLAND. TRANCE. A report that the Russian forces had entered Turkev. caused a violent agilutiou at the Bourse, and it is rumored that Napoleon assures the Russian Minister, that, much as he desired the peace of Europe, he could not hesitate to change his policy if Kussia torced measures Gentlemen: Immediately alter me comple-'nnti.nt olianrvAiinn. f)n rnmnnrin r tionof the necessary surveys at Hannibal, the tnbuar resu)(i wUh thoM of thJ German eastern terminus, the results of which were re- l c a tu .u. r , , . ,, n i: m i . iei i ,. astronomer, he found that the variations ol ' ported to the Board in November, lbol, I pro- . ,, , , ... .. ceeded to St. Joseph, in compliance with your magneuo neea.e corrcsponaea wun me ; instructions, and prepared to execute the sur- i aj.vi, m.i .... veys of the western terminus of this road. when the groups were at their maximum, A corps of Engineers was accordingly organ- the variations of the needle were at their ized, and on the lOih December the surveys maximum, and so on through their series, were commenced and continued through the win- The relation may be coincident merely, or ter. During this time all the ostensible routes derivative ; if the latter then do we con- extending for twenty miles east or M. Joseph, ;nect astra anj t rrestrial magnetism : and were examined irsi, ine "orinern nouie, jnew reaches of science are open to us.- oy ine way ol jjtai.ifc-o.iwo vitsi., viu.ii.g "One Hundred and Two River," Platte River, The "Friend of China"' says that in the presidency of Mad ras'up wards of 20,000 have been reduced to such utter wretched ness of condition and abjectness that it would be difficult to fi in any other country." Accord of the Government engineers all mlaixihlir 1 1 If liimilkA I II H Hnt hut fimvl- "'i I'll illlPCi mutj jj miiiiuv s uiiutnvi jmvoi- dency, through the neglect of government. State Central Virginia Herman, widow oi the late Jo- Muddy Creek," the Third Fork ot Platte, andjieph Ursin Landbeaux, M. I)., has brought amending by the way of "Evans' Branch," to an action in the Fourth District Court of the "Castile Divide." Next, the "Middle Route, (Xc-w Orleans, on the part of herself, and . damages lor the collision Carrollton Rail is . i f . . r l . I. wf : ni..-i lUy ine way OI "raues uruncn, crowing fiauc ,er iour m nor rh dwn. p .n m nn f r.i! t: tir... ,u t .r . .i i. . . . . .......B, ui icciiujj, iiver oeiow ui .num.. u ..u.,u. 1D Ule sum 0f ,HV thousand dollars. nu a parallel two, ana uniting lB u,u.'cr". "uul.c death of her husband, cause.! bv a I A m 1. Wt. S ' 1 . P II I .. IlnlltA.. Ka.i&.Ia. J ing 10 OHe ' Ul Y" "' UU'E ucin the nn . . . . . . .a . I :i I 1,- n ,.t-n . nr.i.n . " " " , xju.uuu per- rB,,u,cu ,u,"" ,-.v ioa,i er themselves, are me nuinuer oi streams cross-. uijfthe experimental lines, their proximity to jryw. u suihorizH to announce WM. O. each other, and the height of the intervening; VOt'NG a ranili.U'e for re-elrrtion to tht oflie of ridces. These difficulties I then endeavored to!d-"ur. OF THE BALIS COUHTT COUKT, at the l.;..i . r ,.ni;K!-. lw mr.ro'u,"S A"6' elt"n. ww' r , , f ' 8 tf It i Quantities of catfish, some measuring a foot in length, fell in different sections of the city ,md some of the fields were literally strewed with them. Hundreds were picked up in the morning. HOLLAND. At Rome, the Pope and the Jesuits are ex perimenting on table moving. nsitr. The Porte has refused to accept the Russian ultimatum. Mentchik offembarked at Constant nople on board of a Russian ship of war, for O lesta. I The Ambassador of France bad ordered the French fleet to the Dardanelles, to prevent any ulttcmpt of Russia to seize or pass the Straits; but on the liO ill the French squandron was still ul Salamis. The BriiUh fleet was at Malta on the 15th, waiting reinforcements from England. ! Despatches to the British Admiralty, from Admiral Dundus, state thut MeuschikoiT re- . , , , ., ,. , . mained on board a steamer, and had liven the The tubstance of the verdict of a recent cor- .. . , . . . ',,, fll. urn who ilien 111 u state of in- I . P . ' .. . b . . . . . . Boaster Atchisoa. This gentleman is in the field, mnking his ap peal to the people of Missouri. We learn thut tie was to uddress the people at Platte City on Saturday last; and that on Saturday next he will speak at Weston. The principal topic of his speeches, we are given to understand, will he "Nebraska" and "The Road to India." Public curiosity will be excited to hear what he has to say on these heads. St. Louis Republican. new Whiz Mate Central Committee has Ln.n nrrv'tnifroil it. Ppn.tvl vi.t.ia . nntnriti.nrr some of the most distinguished whi.M. in the !.o,.thern location. t3" It ill be perceived, by . referer.e, to the proper - slate. Chns. Thompson, of Philadelphia, is! This route leaves the Valley of tho Missouri ''"-column,, that W illmr O. Young, Ei., Is ' httirman. by the way or "Whitehead's Branch," crossing "-'"i-ou io ine omc. oi cir oi I'lattc Itivcr nearly opposite ine termination ol ' "g, the ridge intervening between that st ream and its personal scqmimai.ee with Mr. Young, and know him 1 .l. ti :- i l.v.l. ...1 i:..llo bea first lale inau and an ii.ll.nt f!lrlr IT inJi. . .... . . . ir ) imrv. i ri rr iiiirti i in . u.iu asucu..." I and owned by the Chinese in the slate is , to .Hlnmit oI the ..Castile million of dollars. tv..:... ,. l .1.. i...i t T There am now in California about twenty two thousand Chinamen. The capital investr The expedition, under Commander C. Ring gold, United States navy, fr the exploration and survey of the China and Japan seas. North Pacific ocean, sailed from Norfolk on the 30th for its destination. A subscription is about to be raised by the Encrlish Roman Catholics, for the purpose of erecting a monument to Pope Adrian IV., the only Englishman who ever attained the pupul dignity. They are going to have a great time in New York on the 3ih of July. The city council bos just appropriated $3,500 for fire works and other manifestations. oner lury, on a m;i ebriatiou, was: ''Dcalh by hanging round a rum-shop." sal, stating that if he again resisted, he would withdraw. The Arrival of tht SaaUl Webster. New Orleans, June G. Daniel Webster, connected with the I Thanks to Mr. White, mail agent on the Die , Vernon, for late Louisville ppr, i . Many spurious notes on the Banks of Ken- 1 r , 1 .... ... r. sverp iouh-oui iur Sierra Nevada, has arrived, making the trip tucky are in circulation, from Sn r rancisco 111 twenty days and a theui. hair; 1 o z California newt it very- nieagrt. 1 tie mm- LiiUureui sounut win travel with niuerc.u ve ing accountt are favorable. locity a call to dinner will run over a ten ocre The Sonera Herald records many lucky dis- lot in half a moment, while a tuininont to return coveriet of large lumps. New diggings have to work taket from five to eight minutes, A also been discovered ut Umpcju river, where 'moraing call to a.lasy person in a sucoHd story the miners have tuken lumps valued at if 300 a bed room, will sometimes be au hour in travel If, as has been slated, the rebellion iu China has involved some of the tea districts, those provinces must be in a state of hot water. A man in New York recently received intel ligence thut a relative in Scotland had died and left liim a legacy of $35,000. Upon receiving the news be immediately quit bis work, got drunk, and the next morning wat found drowu d in one cf the dcki. The Court of Appeals of New York have decided that checks made payable at a different day from that 0.1 which they are dated, are to be treated at bills or exenaige, and at such 1. ... I u 1 , 1 1 . . I .lira. flnu.. ..... avoid protest for non-acceptance, and to insure and "Malik-n" Creeks. The objects expected to be attained by this examination, were effected at fully at could have baeu anticipated. This will be shown by reference to the accompanying maps and prtfiles, and to tho table of compari son, marked A. All the above described routes, in resuming the preliminary surveys, at directed bv von on the 20th July last, were takeu up and extended across "Castile Creek" to a distance of twenty-five miles eat ot St. Joseph, forming the first division. In prosecuting the surveys of the whole route, the original field force, con sisting of the Western Corps, under charge ot Mr. Bullitt, (to which was atterwurds added the Eastern Corps,) was small, considering the amount of field work required to be peUormed; yet, with this force, had there been no derange- ment ol the plan oi operation, auu me nine pro perly economized, all the necessary examina tions might have been completed at nn earlier day; but under the circumstances, 11 became nec essary to orguuue an additional corps. 1111s cornt was placed under the charge of Mr. . . . . . ., 1 . . , r recencli llawn; bom parties oeing unuer ine supervision of Mr. B. II. Mctbews, Principal Assistant, to whose reports you are respectfully' referred for a description of the operation of both the Western C01 p, in the torvejt of the 'Northern Route,'' Uliea, Divide and ''Shoal Creek routes, and their continuation through the "Elk Kmbs"jto a jungtion w ith the North- ern experiment line, ran irom nnnioi 10 .r ...... , vidual merit, and the requisite qualifications cm cm stitutt Hit propor rtoommendatioui for a cand'4at then Billy O. Young," cn't bt beat." payment on the fVy, they should be hwn Bloomingtoh by Mr, Bayly, whose report r with the words;' 'without grace, acceptance 'herewith submitted. I t .1 1 V fjO" we are authorised to announce Mr ' THOS. E. HATCHER, as a candidate foi,' re-elcctiou to the office of Clerk or tub Cointv Court, of Marion Count v. w td nG3 We are authorised to announce Mr. THOS. 11 THOMPSON, a a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk or Tin. Circut Coi kt, for Marion County. ' wli : rjCf We are authorized to announce' Cnpt. S. A. BOWEJf, as a candidate for' clerk ot the Court of Common I lka election uext August. wtd .. OCT We are authorized to announce CHARLES D. BOURNE, as a candidate for the office of Clvuk op tsi Hahiubai Colrt op Common Plbas, at the next Au gust election. ' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOIICE. ' NO TIC V. is heirby eiv.n tliat tht ttud.nifiied ad. nuuistraior tai obtained fioia Ui Cleik ol tb Kails County Court, ia vacation, let tors of admiuislrw lion, upo.i tlx eslate of HAEM.V JUNES, deutastd, bcaiii'lt J'e MY iTib, 153. A'l persons uavuig aeiaanua aauiu sain esiaio, are ie.iiied to exhibit 'litia l'"f allowance, within cxm y.lr (101a the d tW 01 said lettrr. or th.jf may bepir. cl.ul.J lion any beuvtlt of said enlala, anil if suck rlalb r not 0l.iblU4 wi'hl.i litre vrs tli.y wilt b,oevr barret. TAYLOU JONES, AJm'r, J m 9th, H:.i.-(3l) ilucesisnd iu Germapy. ,iP00. ing the distance. iiamcu, j v o "e Loniiuue.i.j '